Modest Needs Nonprofit

If you’re working but your lowly income doesn’t pay the bills, consider applying for a “Self-Sufficiency Grant” from Modest Needs. Read More

The Behavioral Economics of Recycling

The Behavioral Economics of Recycling In the Harvard Business Review, OCTOBER 7, 2016 By Remi Trudel What are the factors that account for Read More

CA: CRT Glass Recycling Bill

New Bill Signed by the Governor Republished Courtesy of Stockton Record  CRT Glass Recycling “Instead of ending up in landfills or gathering Read More

Senior Discount for Cable-Telephone-Internet–Are you Happy?

Senior Discount Blues Not much is heard about “Senior Discount’ from the ISPs, it seems, these days. People, especially millennials, are Read More

Women More Likely to Recycle?

This article from Waste Dive, which is reproduced below,  indicates a not-so-subtle delineation of gender types  when it comes to Read More

Comcast Internet Essentials — Helping to Erase the Digital Divide

Comcast to donate $2 million to fund digital literacy training efforts at non-profits across the country. PHILADELPHIA, PA “According to Read More

PostLeaf, a new, open source blogging platform

  This open source blogging platform is now in beta. It works in Linux (Ubuntu) so any CTRC ( clients Read More

Placement Report 2015

Comprehensive 2015 Placement Report Placement Report: In 2015 Computer and Technology Resource Center placed 576 computers into the hands of Read More

Free Pickup in East Bay

  Due to the conclusion of a one-year grant from StopWaste Alameda [County], free pickup in the East Bay by Read More

Stopping E-Waste Fraud

Jim Puckett of BAN explains how his organization caught recyclers and manufacturers red-handed in fraudulent e-waste exports By Kristin Musulin Read More